What do you need. A top of a spray can, tacky glue, fabric, iron on fabric liner, and at least 8 clips.
Cut a 1 inch strip of fabric, about an inch wide, and put glue around outside of lid and on the inside and glue the 1 inch strip to the plastic lid (this will make everything else so much easier and give you a much better finished project)
Once attached, clip it down and let dry.
Measure your lid. This one is 6 1/2 inches across the top
Cut out a circle of fabric that has been attached to the iron on fabric liner. (A compass will give you a good circle or you might have a plate or bowl that matches the diameter you need).
Clip circle to the lid and make sure it meets at the base on all sides. Only clip 3 sides and glue the other.
Glue all 4 points on the lid.
When dry, take off cllips.
Really flared. You could stop at this phase, but I like it a bit more tailored.
Glue the spaces between the first 8 places and clip each of those. It works a bit better if you kinda hand space these before you apply the glue to get the folds even. LET DRY.
The next two pictures shows you how to place the clips - Kinda around the fold without crushing the fold.
You have successfully finished your skirted table.
Don't you wish you had made several!
Here's a 2nd hint. A lot of round tables are covered in glass tops. If you want to do several tablescapes (a table set for each holiday), put them on a round of clear plastic then you can change your settings for the seasons or occasions.